Ulster club fixturesAll the upcoming games in the Ulster club championships.
Omagh "formidable opposition" - McEnteeJohn McEntee believes Crossmaglen will be pushed all the way by Omagh in the Ulster club championship.
Twitter: If you need a corner-back, who you gonna call?Here's the Twitter take on last night's glitzy All-Star bash in the Convention Centre ...
All-Stars: Kerry get five but O'Mahony loses outAll-Ireland champions Kerry have been rewarded with five places on the 2014 GAA GPA All-Stars football team.
Former managers to assist McGeeneyKieran McGeeney will have two former Armagh managers in his backroom team next season.
Hanratty sets sights on OmaghCrossmaglen captain Johnny Hanratty was already looking ahead to Sunday week's Ulster club SFC quarter-final against Omagh St. Enda's after captaining Crossmaglen to their 18th Armagh SFC title in 19 years.
Carragher "looking at Omagh"Kyle Carragher says Crossmaglen Rangers are already focussed on their Ulster club opener against Omagh.
Corofin and Crossmaglen are favourites for All-Ireland club honoursThe biggest movers in the market are newly crowned Mayo champions, Ballintubber who have halved in price and are now 8/1 having been 16/1.
McGeeney rues Orchard departuresKieran McGeeney believes Aaron Kernan and Brian Mallon could have soldiered on with Armagh for another few years.
Ring, Rackard and Meagher Champion 15 teams announcedThe GAA has announced the Champions 15 award winners for the 2014 Ring, Rackard and Meagher hurling championships.
Championship tweets: The Village celebratesIt's probably safe to assume that there is no shortage of sore heads around the country this morning following yesterday's club final schedule.
O'Rourke taken to task on twitterColm O'Rourke's Sunday Independent column ruffled quite a few feathers on social media yesterday.
Wolfe Tones and St Enda's Derrymacash club notesWell done to our Gaelic4Mothers team who travelled down to Baile Átha Cliath to take part in the Gaelic4Mothers national blitz over the weekend.
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"It was unbelievable standing up there and seeing everyone."
Shane O'Neills club notesOur minor ladies continued their preparation for their upcoming Ulster minor club championship campaign with a very welcome challenge game on Saturday when Bredagh made the trip to Camloch.
Armagh SFC final: Cross' crush Harps for another titleCrossmaglen have been crowned Armagh senior football champions for a fifth year in-a-row and a remarkable 18th time in 19 years after demolishing Armagh Harps at the Athletic Grounds.
As it happened: Sunday Match TrackerNovember may be almost upon us, but the games keep coming thick and fast as we had no fewer than 17 county finals to bring you live coverage of today.
Football finals in 11 countiesBarring draws, 11 more county senior football champions will be crowned this afternoon.
McConville on his guardCrossmaglen joint-manager Oisin McConville is refusing to underestimate Armagh Harps ahead of today's Armagh SFC final at the Athletic Grounds.
Armagh fan hit with 24-week banAn Armagh supporter has been banned for 24 weeks arising from last June's controversial Ulster SFC quarter-final between the Orchard County and Cavan.
Ulster U21FC draw madeCavan will begin their quest for a five-in-a-row of Ulster U21 football titles against Donegal next year.
Kernan back for finalStephen Kernan has regained fitness in time for Crossmaglen's Armagh SFC final showdown with Armagh Harps at the Athletic Grounds on Sunday.
Provisional Ulster SFC venues and dates revealedCounty board officials in Ulster have been furnished with the provisional dates and venues for next year's provincial senior football championship.
Kernan will still be "kicking every ball"Aaron Kernan admits it will be strange watching Armagh face either Donegal or Tyrone in next year's Ulster SFC quarter-final.
Ulster GAA Writers Awards: Donegal dominate footballer of the year nomineesJim McGuinness's men may have fallen just short against Kerry in the All-Ireland SFC final but they are strongly to the fore as the awards season goes into full swing.
Senior Manager JobThe above Hurling Club is seeking to appoint a Voluntary Hurling Manager for its Senior team for the 2015/16 season.
"Obviously there is an imbalance in the All-Ireland championship"Oisin McConville points out that Ulster counties are disadvantaged when it comes to trying to progress to the latter stages of the championship.
Championship tweets: Pride in the ParishThere's nothing that can compare with success in the club jersey ...
Wolfe Tones and St Enda's Derrymacash club notesPeil/Football
Maith sibh to our Under 8, 10 an 12 footballers who travelled to Annaclone on Saturday to play a number of friendly games
What they said ... the weekend in quotes"There is nothing like winning with the club in my opinion."
As it happened: County Finals Match TrackerIt was a busy day on the club scene throughout the country with no fewer than 12 county finals down for decision.
SFC 2015: Kerry avoid Cork, Donegal to play TyroneThe draw for the Munster championship has seen All-Ireland champions Kerry awaiting the winner of a Waterford and Tipperary quarter-final.
Armagh hit by another retirementArmagh have been dealt a second retirement blow in the space of a few days with the news that Brian Mallon is taking his leave from the inter-county scene.
2015 championship draws tonightThe dust has barely settled on the 2014 championship and thoughts are already turning to next year with the draws for the 2015 championship scheduled for this evening.
Ulster championship attendances up 8%As the GAA season draws to a close it has been announced that attendances at Ulster SFC games have risen by over 8% in the last two years.